With her awkward stage presence and plain WASPy looks, it was not a given that Diane Keaton would rocket to stardom. Then came her relationship with Woody Allen. He cast her in a slew of his early, funny movies, climaxing with her Academy Award-winning lead in Annie Hall (1977). Not only did guys fall in love with her quirky charms, but gals around the world copped her thrift-store-chic style. Diane bounced from the impish Allen to the Hollywood cocksmith Warren Beatty and from comedy to more serious fare. She appeared as Kay Smith in The Godfather series and got an Oscar nomination for her part in Beatty's Reds (1981). But this left-handed loony bird made audiences see blue playing an uptight teacher who gets involved in the meet market of '70s New York City. In Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), Diane melted like chocolate in the groping hands of the groovy singles scene and made her skin debut. Over a quarter century later, fifty-seven-year-old Diane dared to go bare opposite Jack Nicholson in the romantic comedy Something's Gotta Give (2003). When Jack burst in on Diane in the full-frontal buff, something gave all right--in my pants!